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My PC is working but corrupted NTDLR file, the time I was replacing it was going well to BIOS however, Keyboard started not be workig, when I put MEPIS LINUX, it show that Keyboard is working. Could you please help

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320397
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this trick will allow u to use ur usb stick as a key to boot into windows . if someone tries to start the
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step1: unhide hidden and protected files: go to tools > options > view , check show hidden files and uncheck hide protected system files
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